|Richard Mouw Wrestles with Evangelicalism, Past and Present|
Reading his book is like enjoying a cup of tea with a wise elder statesman.
Tish Harrison Warren
Among my favorite books is Catholic activist Dorothy Day’s The Long Loneliness. When asked why, I often reply, “Because it’s like enjoying a cup of tea with a wise older woman who lived an astoundingly courageous life and led some of the most important movements of her generation.” Day’s book is conversational in tone and might mention names or historical events I don’t recognize. But I tolerate these quirks—in fact, I find them delightful—because ...
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Richard Mouw Wrestles with Evangelicalism